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14 With the esthetic demand in mind, SR Adoro (Ivoclar Vivadent) was chosen.
Estos son: Jose Balmes, Gracia Barrios, Eduardo Vilches, Mario Carreno, Nemesio Antunez, Gonzalo Cienfuegos, Adoro Couve, Roberto Matta, Gaspar Galaz, Roser Bru, Jaime Cruz, Pedro Millar, Ricardo Mesa, Luis Mandioca y Teresa Vicuna Fuente: Extension UC).
Chamber Recognized Adoro & Yoss: Adorno & Yoss in Miami has received the Corporate Citizenship award--in the large company category--and has been named a Top 100 Minority Business by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.
Como a las seis y media de la tarde cuando se iba entrando el sol, hablando con el sol puesto de rodillas lo adoro diciendole padre y senor hacedor de este indio pobre que esta preso libradlo del peligro en que esta no permitais que muera sino haced de manera que vuelva libre a esta pueblo .
s French translation of Aquinas's Eucharistic prayer-poem, Adoro te devote, which T.
The pair also face competition in the category from eight other stars, including former Hear'Say singer Myleene Klass with her debut album Moving On; 16-year-old singing sensation Hayley Westenra with Pure, Lesley Garrett's So Deep Is The Night and Luciano Pavarotti's Ti Adoro.
Yet it took years for him to finally record his first pop CD, Ti Adoro.
The Italian coffee bar culture influence with matt silver appliances (for example, Adornetto's Retro-design automatico adoro coffee machines and Latissimo Adoro milk steamer).
Pavarotti made the comments at the launch of his first ever pop album, Ti Adoro, in London.
The new release, Ti Adoro, comes in the wake of a year of heartache for the music legend in which he lost his mother and father, as well as a son who died during childbirth.
In addition to `Ave sanctissima Maria', two others stand out because they were to be said before well-known, images: `Salve sancta facies' before Veronica with the image of Christ's face on her cloth and `O Domine Jesu Christe adoro te' before the Man of Sorrows or Image of Pity (sometimes in the context of the Mass of St Gregory).